Do you see this as an unusual volume of good news for gender equity?
Having women join men in the upper ranks of business was not, as hoped, just a “matter of time.” But it sure is time – to solve this.
The business case for gender diversity in leadership is compelling. I’ve updated it to include (more) recent studies linking diversity and financial performance.
The bronze statue of a young girl facing the Wall Street Bull will continue to provoke big firms to include more women on boards. It isn’t just the right thing to do; it’s the smart thing to do.
If the word “feminist” evokes a negative image of angry, bra-burning women, listen to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudea. Being a feminist simply means valuing women equally with men. He thinks it is no big deal in 2016 to be a feminist. For the U.S. Presidential election, we may have a feminist or someone who is far from a feminist. What difference will that make on gender diversity and equality?